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by johlsson
2015/10/02 18:34:30
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: DHCPD failover failing
Replies: 6
Views: 7174

Re: DHCPD failover failing

SELINUX. That is what was stopping the DHCP failover cluster from forming. The guide to configuring DHCP failover from the ISC knowledge base, suggested using TCP ports 519 and 520 for the failover protocol communications between the two cluster members. If you look in my example configurations abov...
by johlsson
2015/10/02 15:40:23
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: DHCPD failover failing
Replies: 6
Views: 7174

Re: DHCPD failover failing

You should have in your dhcpd.conf on each server separate names. Example: For failover-partner1 failover peer "failover-partner1"{ # your configuration } For failover-partner2 failover peer "failover-partner2"{ # your configuration } brigame, I can confirm that the cluster name doesn't have to be ...
by johlsson
2015/09/29 23:31:32
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: DHCPD failover failing
Replies: 6
Views: 7174

Re: DHCPD failover failing

You should have in your dhcpd.conf on each server separate names. Example: For failover-partner1 failover peer "failover-partner1"{ # your configuration } For failover-partner2 failover peer "failover-partner2"{ # your configuration } brigame, This did nothing for me. I got the same unexpected erro...
by johlsson
2015/09/29 21:58:20
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: DHCPD failover failing
Replies: 6
Views: 7174

Re: DHCPD failover failing

brigame wrote:You should have in your dhcpd.conf on each server separate names.
Example:
For failover-partner1
failover peer "failover-partner1"{
# your configuration
}
For failover-partner2
failover peer "failover-partner2"{
# your configuration
}
Thanks, man. I'll try that out right away.
by johlsson
2015/09/25 22:38:39
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: DHCPD failover failing
Replies: 6
Views: 7174

DHCPD failover failing

Hello, There is precious little information available about troubleshooting ISC DHCPD failover when it fails. Of course, I am writing about the famous dhcpd: failover peer failover-partner: unexpected error error. I'm running the latest CentOS, the latest DHCPD, all updated. Here's the relevant sect...

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